Reviews and Problems with Panasonic Lumix G VARIO 100-300mm F4.0-5.6 MEGA OIS
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My new lens!
Lisbeth, B&H Photo
3 March 2015
Excerpt: My new Panasonic Lumix 100-300 lens has arrived, and I have tried it out from my balconny overlooking the Boston harbour. I love it, and am looking forward to go with a bus through Portugal and Spain in May! As usual it is a pleasure to shop from B&H. My stuff always arrives before I expect it too!
Excerpt: I use this lens for wildlife mostly. I love how clear the pictures are even with the full zoom. The quality of the pictures is amzing. The zoom is not that easy to adjust, but I understand that it can't be with this type of zoom. It just takes some getting used to the zoom.
Excerpt: Was looking for a micro 43 replacement for the Canon 100-400 which I sold because it was too heavy for me combined with the Canon 7D. Of course, since this lens cost about 1/3 what I paid for the Canon, I was not expecting the same image quality.
Excerpt: I use this lens for birding. The photos are from a nature preserve near Pawleys Island, SC. It is serious in length and weight. But the same lens in a Canon L series would be over 10k in price.
Excerpt: I haven't had this lens very long yet, but I've used it to take photos of dogs playing in the backyard and a football game and it did well at both of those tasks. I plan to use it to take pictures of birds and other wildlife when I get the chance.
Excerpt: Great telephoto zoom lens for M34, maybe one of the best for this format. There are a lot of complaints about softness at 300mm, but is essential to treat this lens like a 600mm on a full frame sensor. If NEEDS a tripod for best results. It also helps to avoid 300mm at the widest aperture.
Excerpt: I have always wanted a super telephoto lens and now I finally have one. It is a large lens as micro 4/3 lenses go, but it is tiny compared to other lenses that give a 600mm equivalent reach. It balances fine on my G5.